France Grilles have a booth on the JRES (Journées Réseaux de l’Enseignement et de la Recherche) who took place in Toulouse, France, from 22 to 25 november 2011.
Organised every two years since 1995 in a large French city, the JRES consist in 4 days of conferences and of an exhibition dedicated to main ICT suppliers of our Education and Research community.
The Technical Forum EGI, organized by the CC-IN2P3, EGI.eu, and France Grilles, took place from 20th to 23rd september 2011 at the Lyon’s Conference Centre.
The scientific committee of France Grilles awarded
the first prize to:
“Utilisation de grilles de calcul pour la génomique comparative” – presented by Simon Penel, Laboratoire de Biométrie et Biologie Evolutive
Watch the video (in French)
the second prize to:
“CTACG – CTA Computing Grid” – presented by Komin Nukri, Laboratoire d’Annecy-le-vieux de Physique des Particules
Watch the video (in French)
Le programm committee awarded
the “Poster” prize to:
“gLite sur Grid’5000: vers une plate-forme d’expérimentation à taille réelle pour les grilles de production” Sébastien Badia, Lucas Nussbaum
France Grilles organized the first Scientific days in Lyon, France the 19th september 2011.
All informations here.
The Ninth HealthGrid conference took place in Bristol at the Frenchay Campus of the University of the West of England (UK) from Monday 27th to Tuesday 28th June 2011. Every year, this conference offers the opportunity to share ideas and discuss the state of the art for the integration of grid and cloud practices and e-infrastructures into the fields of biology, bioinformatics, biomedicine and healthcare, focusing on different aspects of middleware, technologies, applications and deployment issues.
A conference about Supercomputing for the biology took place in Lille, France on tuesday, 14th june 2011.
RENABI GRISBI organized a presentation day open to the community the 26th mai 2011.
Mai 2011, Amsterdam EGI User Virtualisation Workshop
This workshop brang together three critical groups (resource providers, end-users and technology providers) within the European production infrastructure.
April 2011, Vilnius, Lithuania EGI User Forum.
The conference was the occasion to showcase the diversity of the user community within the European Grid Infrastructure through daily plenaries, oral presentations, poster sessions and co-located workshops. The event aimed to help all members of the EGI community, from end-users to application developers, operations staff and technology providers, to share their knowledge and build collaborations. The programme also included numerous networking and social events and opportunities to ‘meet the experts’.
France Grilles International Advisory Committee (IAC) meets once a year to evaluate the activities of the French National Grid Initiative (NGI). The committee gathers international experts in the field of e-infrastructures and research on grids and HPC.